The most popular replica shirt names
Saturday 29 August 2009
Fernando Torres was the most popular name printed on the back of replica football shirts last season.
Click the image on the right to launch our guide to the top ten.
The Liverpool hit-man disposed of Cristiano Ronaldo, who came top the season before. Meanwhile, Carlos Tevez, Robin van Persie, Jamie Carragher and Emanuel Adebayor have all fallen out of the top ten.
New stars to join the most popular include Dimitar Berbatov, Theo Walcott, Frank Lampard and Andrei Arshavin, the latter a remarkable achievement given that he joined Arsenal more than halfway through the season.
The list was compiled by SportingiD as part of the Premier League Season Review.
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